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Top U.S. Officer: WikiLeaks Might Have ‘Blood on Its Hands’ | Danger Room As Pentagon leaders go, Defense Secretary Robert Gates and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Adm. Mike Mullen are fairly mild-mannered — prone to quiet, careful assessments, not table-pounding bluster.
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BBC Newsnight, 30 July 2010 How open should gov. be with information?
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WikiLeaks: We are examining the Pentagon's "request" and will issue a statement in due course.
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LONDON — Human rights groups said Tuesday they've asked WikiLeaks to censor secret files on the Afghanistan war to protect civilians who've worked alongside the U.S. and other foreign forces from reprisals. The Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission, Amnesty International and three other groups have sent a series of e-mails to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange calling for the names of Afghan civilians to be removed from the 77,000 classified military documents published by the online whistle-blower last month. Amnesty International, Human Rights Groups Ask Wikileaks To Censor Civilians' Names
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Why won't the Pentagon help WikiLeaks redact documents? - Glenn Greenwald (updated below – Update II – Update III) When the controversy first arose over the lack of redactions in the war documents released by WikiLeaks, the website insisted that, using the New York Times as an intermediary, it had asked the Obama administration for help in removing names of Afghans before releasing the documents, a claim the Pentagon vehemently denied. The New York Times, needless to say, sided with the Government — that’s what the NYT does — but they did so by simultaneously confirming the truth of WikiLeaks’ version of events. From the Associated Press article, July 31, on that controversy:
I guess those who care about international press freedom can take comfort in the fact that Marc Thiessen no longer works for the government. On the Washington Post website, the former Bush Administration speechwriter and harsh interrogation booster, offers his view of WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange. Should The U.S. Kidnap WikiLeak’s Founder Julian Assange? - Swampland - TIME.com
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US Congressman calls for Wikileaks whistleblower to be executed - We don't like whistleblowers in the army A US Congressman has called for the bloke who leaked secret documents to Wikileaks to be executed. Congressman Mike Rogers says he supports execution for the soldier involved if he is ultimately found guilty. This splendid example of humanity is a Republican who sits on the House Intelligence Committee, which must shorely be some mishtake.
Marc A. Thiessen - WikiLeaks must be stopped Let's be clear: WikiLeaks is not a news organization; it is a criminal enterprise.
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Should America tolerate Wikileaks or destroy it like any other national security threat? Our own Jason Perlow sent me a link to a Washington Post editorial entitled WikiLeaks must be stopped.
This post also appears on GAP Homeland Security Director Jesselyn Radack's Daily Kos blog. UPDATED 12:23 PM: Earlier today I argued that, in light of the Obama administration going after reporters and sources, Wikileaks is the only avenue left. In the comments I stated that Wikileaks is not ideal because it lacks the fact-checking and at-least-the-pretense-of-balance of journalism. Jon Stewart Agrees on Drake Case; Wikileaks May Be the Only Opti
As soon as the WikiLeaks Afghanistan exposé came to light, it was obvious the usual suspects would start attacking the messenger than discussing the message. David Aaronovitch was quick off the mark, with others following soon enough – implying WikiLeaks was seriously damaging the war effort in Afghanistan. The rhetoric has now reached absurd levels. The US defence secretary said the WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, had "blood on his hands"; people on Fox News have called it "a terrorist organisation"; and one of the Washington Post's columnists called it a "criminal enterprise". The former Bush speechwriter also said he wanted it shut down and Assange to "be brought to justice" by any means necessary, and has previously justified waterboarding. It has been reported that one WikiLeaks editor has already been harassed by US border police. Neocons are hypocrites on WikiLeaks | Sunny Hundal | Comment is free
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U.S. Urges Allies to Crack Down on WikiLeaks The Obama administration has asked Britain, Germany, Australia and other allies to consider criminal charges against Julian Assange for his Afghan war leaks. Philip Shenon reports. The Obama administration has asked Britain, Germany, Australia, and other allies to consider criminal charges against Julian Assange for his Afghan war leaks. Philip Shenon reports.
BRUSSEL – D66 heeft in een spoedprocedure opheldering geëist van de Europese Commissie over druk vanuit de Verenigde Staten om Wikileaks-voorman Julian Assange aan te pakken. Europarlementariër eist uitleg over Wikileaks-dreiging | nu.nl/internet
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FBI helpt bij WikiLeaks-onderzoek Wikileaks heeft ruim 91.000 geheime stukken gepubliceerd. wikileaks.com De Amerikaanse regering heeft de FBI ingeschakeld voor het onderzoek naar de ruim 90.000 gelekte documenten over de oorlog in Afghanistan.
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